As a multifaceted agency with more than 5,000 employees in over 100 locations across Ohio’s 88 counties, the Ohio Department of Transportation is a large agency to navigate. We understand! Below are some resources that our customers most often need.
If you're not sure where to start or just would like to communicate with us, please use our contact form. It will route your concern to the most appropriate office within ODOT for attention.
Find Information on Common Topics
General information on our construction projects, plus material on contractor bidding, prequalification, and more.
ODOT is a great place to work. Learn more about our full-time career opportunities, seasonal positions, paid internships, and more.
Highway Maintenance, Safety, and Travel
Report potholes, find snow and ice information, and learn more about our dedication to highway safety.
Our public information team is ready and available to communicate with the media.
ODOT issues permits related to oversized loads, work within right-of-way work, outdoor advertising devices, and more.
Traffic Information, Road Closures, and Maps
Additional resources on construction projects and traffic impacts, plus live traffic information, traffic cameras, maps, and more.
Trucking Registration and Regulations
Multiple state and federal agencies oversee commercial vehicle regulations, commercial driver licenses (CDLs), and oversized hauling permits.
Vehicle Titles, Registration, and Licenses
The Ohio BMV is responsible for vehicle titles, registration, license plates, and driver licenses.
We're always here to listen. If you just want to communicate with us, we recommend you use our contact form or use the contact information displayed on this page for your local ODOT office.
Here are a few other options, too:
- Visit the profile pages for Districts or Divisions for complete staff listings in each office.
- Search our ODOT phone directory.
- Reach out to our Central Office front desk number at (614) 466-7170.
- Email the ODOT web team at email@example.com.
If you have an urgent matter that poses a safety concern or impedes traffic outside of normal operational hours (generally Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), on weekends, or on state holidays, please contact local law enforcement for immediate attention.